Hospitals across the East of England are being urged to do more to stop people missing their appointments.
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital says there are no longer high levels of the pseudomonas bug in its water system.
Routine testing in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at a Norfolk hospital has found higher than normal levels of a water bug.
Babies at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital are being treated with special antibiotics after a potentially fatal bug was found in a neo-natal ward.
Hospital managers say they're confident that the Pseudomonas bacteria is under control. It was discovered in tap water at the hospital. Work is now underway to remove it from the system.